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What bottle are you angriest about not having purchased when you had the chance?

JimmyLeg
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Posted on 21-05-2015 at 22:48 pm

I once saw an indie bottling of Clynelish at a travel retail (duty free at the time) that was just a little more than I had in my pocket so I decided that putting on my Visa was not a good plan. It makes me very sad to think about that bottle now.

Charlie don't surf.
Jay Rain
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Posted on 26-05-2015 at 03:33 am

Great question - nothing comes immediately to mind but regret not appreciating whiskey when people first introduced me in 2003/2004.

louich
Member Senior Senior Member
Posted on 25-06-2015 at 20:44 pm

Bruichladdich Cuvee E sauterne fist bottling (1 of 700...it's not even existing on any database including here). 


The second bottling way good but not as much as the first..... I still sigh at the tought I should have bought all there was....
Drinking alcohol wont solve my problems, but neither will milk !
ktg
Member Senior Senior Member
Posted on 15-08-2015 at 06:18 am

I regert not buying more cask strength 10yr laphroaig when it was readily available here for like $70.00-$80.00 I think. Also wish I bought more PC5 PC6 and PC7...


louich
Member Senior Senior Member
Posted on 04-09-2015 at 19:53 pm

Hell I would love to get a shot at buying more of the PC# series.... never even seen the 5-6-7 but they would make a superb addition to my 8-9-10 lol

Drinking alcohol wont solve my problems, but neither will milk !
mrgood
Expert Junior Junior Expert
Posted on 23-10-2015 at 21:02 pm

Brora 25yr!  

This was when I was just getting into whisky, before I was educated enough to know what I was looking at.  The store had a bunch of them.  They were pricey (by comparison) so I skipped over them quickly.  At the time, I was educating myself profusely on all things whisky and soon did know the significance of Brora.  A few weeks later I had  a sudden memory flash that I'd seen all those Broras.  I ran back to the store in a mad panic with the intention of getting a schwack load of them... alas, too late ("nooooooo"!).  It's painful to think I could've gotten two whole cases for the price of a single bottle of new Brora now.  I eventually did fluke out and got my hands a bottle of the 25yr quite a few years later, but it cost more than I care to admit,  I could only get the one.
bullbarley
Expert Senior Senior Expert
Posted on 30-10-2016 at 05:48 am

So regretting not bringing home a Tamdhu Batch Strength No.1 when I was in Scotland last year.

I think I'll have to give up on that one. If you're in Canada, you probably haven't seen it at your local stores either.
Oh yes, at the time I opted for Glenfarclas £511 instead. These are available everywhere in Alberta. Lol.
jasonmtl
Member Senior Senior Member
Posted on 14-01-2017 at 20:48 pm

Glenfiddich Snow Phoenix or Macallan 18 before the age-statement bottles left Canada

morgbug
Member Senior Senior Member
Posted on 15-01-2017 at 02:07 am

I managed to get four of the Snow Phoenix but do regret leaving the other two behind.  Had to drive into Ontario to get them, so a four hour round trip.  


Also wish I'd bought the last bottles of Macallan 25 on the shelves though practically speaking I couldn't afford them.  At $999 plus tax they were out of reach but now seem quite the bargain with the price increase the the fall of the Canadian dollar.  
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